Fine Arts Division Courses

ART

ART 1113 – Art Appreciation
A course designed to provide an understanding and appreciation of the visual arts. Three semester hours credit.

ART 1313 – Drawing I
Includes the study of the basic elements and principles of organization in two dimensions and the selection, manipulation and synthesis of these components to create an organized visual expression. Black and white media will be stressed. Three semester hours credit.

ART 1323 – Drawing II
Prerequisite: ART 1313. Continuation of rendering skills introduced in Drawing I with emphasis on color, composition and creative expression. Three semester hours credit.

ART 1433 – Design I
To provide students with an understanding of the elements and principles of design to enable development of an informed, intuitive sense as well as a highly informed skills base/methodology involving black and white design problems which apply principles and elements of visual design. Three semester hours credit.

ART 1443 – Design II
Prerequisite: ART 1433 or permission of instructor. To provide students with an understanding of color theory and applications of color so that there begins to be an informed as well as intuitive sense of seeing, mixing, and applying color and light to design problems. Three semester hours credit.

ART 1453 – Three Dimensional Design
To provide students with an understanding of spatial form in three dimensions through the use of applied design elements and principles to studio problems in various media. Three semester hours credit.

ART 1513 – Computers in Art
An introduction to the theory and practice of using the computer to create art. A study of methods and applications utilizing the computer and selected software applications. Three semester hours credit.

ART 1913 – Art for Elementary Teachers
Development of essential concepts of children's art education in compliance with the National Standards for Arts Education. Three semester hours credit.

ART 2513 – Painting I
Prerequisite: ART 1323 or permission of instructor. Techniques used in painting media in a variety of subject matter. Three semester hours credit.

ART 2523 – Painting II
Prerequisite: ART 2513. Advanced problems in painting media. Three semester hours credit.

ART 2613 – Ceramics I
This course is directed toward an introduction to different aspects and materials of ceramic design. Instruction covers forming and shaping by hand and by mechanical means, various kiln operations, understanding the nature of clay and glazes and an appreciation of functional and non functional forms. Three semester hours credit.

ART 2623 – Ceramics II
Prerequisite: ART 2613. Continuation of skills introduced in Ceramics I. Emphasis on individual problem solving. Three semester hours credit.

ART 2713 – Art History I
Survey course of historical background of art forms from Prehistoric to Renaissance. Emphasis is on painting, architecture, and sculpture as related to history. Three semester hours credit.

ART 2723 – Art History II
Survey course of historical background of art forms from Renaissance to present with special emphasis on contemporary expression. Three semester hours credit.

Music

Jones offers a wide range of classes in music for Music Majors as well as Non-Majors; from private instruction and performing groups, to comprehensive surveys in music theory, music history and music education.

Please review the summaries below for an overview of the many opportunities in music offered to Jones students:

PERFORMING GROUPS (MUO prefix classes)
Marching and Concert Band, Concert Choir, Brass Ensemble, Guitar Ensemble, Jazz Band, Vocal Ensemble and Woodwind Ensemble.

MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS
(Band, Stage Band, Choir, Small Singing Group)

MUO 1111 – Band I
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1121 – Band II
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2111 – Band III
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2121 – Band IV
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1112 – Marching Band I
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques. Two semester hours credit.

MUO 1122 – Marching Band II
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques. Two semester hours credit.

MUO 2112 – Marching Band III
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques. Two semester hours credit.

MUO 2122 – Marching Band IV
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques. Two semester hours credit.

MUO 1141 – Small Band Groups I
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques in small ensembles and auxiliary groups. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1151 – Small Band Groups II
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques in small ensembles and auxiliary groups. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2141 – Small Band Groups III
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques in small ensembles and auxiliary groups. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2151 – Small Band Groups IV
Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of performance techniques in small ensembles and auxiliary groups. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1171 – Stage Band I
A course designed for students to perform instrumental music from a variety of style periods. Emphasis on jazz. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1181 – Stage Band II
Continuation of MUO 1171. A course designed for students to perform instrumental music from a variety of style periods. Emphasis on jazz. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2171 – Stage Band III
Continuation of MUO 1181. A course designed for students to perform instrumental music from a variety of style periods. Emphasis on jazz. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2181 – Stage Band IV
Continuation of MUO 2171. A course designed for students to perform instrumental music from a variety of style periods. Emphasis on jazz. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1341 – Jazz Improvisation I
A study of the techniques used in jazz improvisation with performance opportunities. Two lecture hours. One semester hour credit. (Effective Spring 2011)

MUO 1351 – Jazz Improvisation II
The continued study of the techniques used in jazz improvisation with performance opportunities. Two lecture hours. One semester hour credit. (Effective Spring 2011)

MUO 2341 – Jazz Improvisation III
The continued study of the techniques used in jazz improvisation with performance opportunities. Two lecture hours. One semester hour credit. (Effective Spring 2011)

MUO 2351 – Jazz Improvisation IV
The continued study of the techniques used in jazz improvisation with performance opportunities. Two lecture hours. One semester hour credit. (Effective Spring 2011)


MUO 1211 – Choir I
A course for music majors and non-majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1221 – Choir II
A course for music majors and non-majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2211 – Choir III
A course for music majors and non-majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2221 – Choir IV
A course for music majors and non-majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1241 – Small Singing Groups I
A course for select singers focused on performing from one or more genres of music. By audition only. One semester hour credit.

MUO 1251 – Small Singing Groups II
A course for select singers focused on performing from one or more genres of music. By audition only. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2241 – Small Singing Groups III
A course for select singers focused on performing from one or more genres of music. By audition only. One semester hour credit.

MUO 2251 – Small Singing Groups IV
A course for select singers focused on performing from one or more genres of music. By audition only. One semester hour credit.

PRIVATE INSTRUCTION (MUA prefix classes)
Jones offers private instruction in Brass, Guitar, Organ, Piano, Percussion, Voice and Woodwinds.

MUA 1111 – Class Brass I
Brass instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of brass instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1121 – Class Brass II
Brass instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of brass instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2111 – Class Brass III
Brass instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of brass instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2121 – Class Brass IV
Brass instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of brass instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1141 – Brass for Non Majors I
Brass instruction for non-brass/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1151 – Brass for Non Majors II
Brass instruction for non-brass/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2141 – Brass for Non Majors III
Brass instruction for non-brass/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2151 – Brass for Non Majors IV
Brass instruction for non-brass/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1172 – Brass for Music Education Majors I
Brass instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1182 – Brass for Music Education Majors II
Brass instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2172 – Brass for Music Education Majors III
Brass instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2182 – Brass for Music Education Majors IV
Brass instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1173 – Brass for Music Majors I
Brass instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1183 – Brass for Music Majors II
Brass instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2173 – Brass for Music Majors III
Brass instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2183 – Brass for Music Majors IV
Brass instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1211 – Class Guitar I
Instruction for beginning guitar player's that includes basic accompanying styles and an introduction to classical guitar technique. Two lecture hours per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1221 – Class Guitar II
Instruction for beginning guitar player's that includes basic accompanying styles and an introduction to classical guitar technique. Two lecture hours per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2211 – Class Guitar III
Instruction for beginning guitar player's that includes basic accompanying styles and an introduction to classical guitar technique. Two lecture hours per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2221 – Class Guitar IV
Instruction for beginning guitar player's that includes basic accompanying styles and an introduction to classical guitar technique. Two lecture hours per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1241 – Guitar for Non Majors I
Guitar instruction for non-music majors with guitar as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to classical guitar technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. Thirty minute lesson per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1251 – Guitar for Non Majors II
Guitar instruction for non-music majors with guitar as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to classical guitar technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. Thirty minute lesson per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2241 – Guitar for Non Majors III
Guitar instruction for non-music majors with guitar as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to classical guitar technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. Thirty minute lesson per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2251 – Guitar for Non Majors IV
Guitar instruction for non-music majors with guitar as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to classical guitar technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. Thirty minute lesson per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1331 – Organ for Non Music Majors I
Private lessons include the fundamental techniques, reading, interpretation, registration, and performance. Compositions are selected to suit the individual's background and ability. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1341 – Organ for Non Music Majors II
Private lessons include the fundamental techniques, reading, interpretation, registration, and performance. Compositions are selected to suit the individual's background and ability. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2331 – Organ for Non Music Majors III
A continuation of MUA 1341 with selections from the masterpieces of baroque, classical, romantic and modern composers as well as continued work on technical, interpretative skills. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2341 – Organ for Non Music Majors IV
A continuation of MUA 2331 with selections from the masterpieces of baroque, classical, romantic and modern composers as well as continued work on technical, interpretative skills. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1362 – Organ for Music Education Majors I
Private lessons include the fundamental techniques, reading, interpretation, registration, performance, as well as hymns and service-playing. Compositions are selected to suit the individual's background and ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1372 – Organ for Music Education Majors II
Private lessons include the fundamental techniques, reading, interpretation, registration, performance, as well as hymns and service-playing. Compositions are selected to suit the individual's background and ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2362 – Organ for Music Education Majors III
A continuation of MUA 1372 with selections from the masterpieces of baroque, classical, romantic and modern composers as well as continued work on technical, interpretative skills, and service-playing. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2372 – Organ for Music Education Majors IV
A continuation of MUA 2362 with selections from the masterpieces of baroque, classical, romantic and modern composers as well as continued work on technical, interpretative skills, and service-playing. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1363 – Organ for Music Majors I
Private lessons include the fundamental techniques, reading, interpretation, registration, performance, as well as hymns and service-playing. Compositions are selected to suit the individual's background and ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1373 – Organ for Music Majors II
Private lessons include the fundamental techniques, reading, interpretation, registration, and performance, as well as hymns and service-playing. Compositions are selected to suit the individual's background and ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2363 – Organ for Music Majors III
A continuation of MUA 1373 with selections from the masterpieces of baroque, classical, romantic and modern composers as well as continued work on technical, interpretative skills, and service-playing. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2373 – Organ for Music Majors IV
A continuation of MUA 2363 with selections from the masterpieces of baroque, classical, romantic and modern composers as well as continued work on technical, interpretative skills, and service-playing. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1411 – Class Percussion I
Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of percussion instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1421– Class Percussion II
Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of percussion instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2411 – Class Percussion III
Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of percussion instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2421 – Class Percussion IV
Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student's knowledge of percussion instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1441 – Percussion for Non Majors I
Percussion instruction for non-percussion/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1451 – Percussion for Non Majors II
Percussion instruction for non-percussion/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2441 – Percussion for Non Majors III
Percussion instruction for non-percussion/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2451 – Percussion for Non Majors IV
Percussion instruction for non-percussion/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1472 – Percussion for Music Education Majors I
Percussion instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on percussion instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1482 – Percussion for Music Education Majors II
Percussion instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on percussion instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2472 – Percussion for Music Education Majors III
Percussion instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on percussion instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2482 – Percussion for Music Education Majors IV
Percussion instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on percussion instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1473 – Percussion for Music Majors I
Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1483 – Percussion for Music Majors II
Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2473 – Percussion for Music Majors III
Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2483 – Percussion for Music Majors IV
Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature and develop the student's interest in playing. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1511 – Class Piano I
Class study in keyboard training is designed for students who have had no previous piano instruction. Fundamentals are taught through class participation and discussion, including major and minor scales, chord progressions, harmonization of melodies, open score reading, accompanying, transposition and elementary repertoire. This plan may, upon arrangement with the instructor, include individual instruction. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1521 – Class Piano II
Class study in keyboard training is designed for students who have had no previous piano instruction. Fundamentals are taught through class participation and discussion, including major and minor scales, chord progressions, harmonization of melodies, open score reading, accompanying, transposition and elementary repertoire. This plan may, upon arrangement with the instructor, include individual instruction. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2511 – Class Piano III
Class study in keyboard training is designed for students who have had no previous piano instruction. Fundamentals are taught through class participation and discussion, including major and minor scales, chord progressions, harmonization of melodies, open score reading, accompanying, transposition and elementary repertoire. This plan may, upon arrangement with the instructor, include individual instruction. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2521 – Class Piano IV
Class study in keyboard training is designed for students who have had no previous piano instruction. Fundamentals are taught through class participation and discussion, including major and minor scales, chord progressions, harmonization of melodies, open score reading, accompanying, transposition and elementary repertoire. This plan may, upon arrangement with the instructor, include individual instruction. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1541 – Piano for Non Majors I
Piano instruction for music education majors with piano as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. Thirty minute lesson per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1551 – Piano for Non Majors II
Piano instruction for music education majors with piano as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. Thirty minute lesson per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2541 – Piano for Non Majors III
Piano instruction for music education majors with piano as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. Thirty minute lesson per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2551 – Piano for Non Majors IV
Piano instruction for music education majors with piano as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. Thirty minute lesson per week. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1542 – Piano for Voice Majors I
Piano instruction for voice majors with piano as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and accompanying. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1552 – Piano for Voice Majors II
Piano instruction for voice majors with piano as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and accompanying. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2542 – Piano for Voice Majors III
Piano instruction for voice majors with piano as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and accompanying. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2552 – Piano for Voice Majors IV
Piano instruction for voice majors with piano as a secondary area of emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and accompanying. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1572 – Piano for Music Education Majors I
Private lessons include fundamental techniques, reading, interpretation and performance. Compositions are selected to suit the individual's background and ability. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1582 – Piano for Music Education Majors II
Private lessons include fundamental techniques, reading, interpretation and performance. Compositions are selected to suit the individual's background and ability. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2572 – Piano for Music Education Majors III
A continuation of MUA 1582 with selections from the masterpieces of classical, romantic and modern composers as well as continued work on technical and interpretative skills. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2582 – Piano for Music Education Majors IV
A continuation of MUA 2572 with selections from the masterpieces of classical, romantic and modern composers as well as continued work on technical and interpretative skills. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1573 – Piano for Music Majors I
Piano instruction for piano majors with piano with a performance emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. 1.5 hours lesson per week. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1583 – Piano for Music Majors II
Piano instruction for piano majors with piano with a performance emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. 1.5 hours lesson per week. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2573 – Piano for Music Majors III
Piano instruction for piano majors with piano with a performance emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. 1.5 hours lesson per week. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2583 – Piano for Music Majors IV
Piano instruction for piano majors with piano with a performance emphasis. Introduction to technique, literature, and performance of standard literature. 1.5 hours lesson per week. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1711 – Class Voice I
Class voice is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore elementary to moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student's vocal ability in a group setting. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1721 – Class Voice II
Class voice is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore elementary to moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student's vocal ability in a group setting. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2711 – Class Voice III
Class voice is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore elementary to moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student's vocal ability in a group setting. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2721 – Class Voice IV
Class voice is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore elementary to moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student's vocal ability in a group setting. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1741 – Voice for Non Majors I
Voice for non-major/music education majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student's vocal ability. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1751 – Voice for Non Majors II
Voice for non-major/music education majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student's vocal ability. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2741 – Voice for Non Majors III
Voice for non-major/music education majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student's vocal ability. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2751 – Voice for Non Majors IV
Voice for non-major/music education majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student's vocal ability. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1772 – Voice for Music Education Majors I
Voice for majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal repertoire, and develop and improve the student's vocal ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1782 – Voice for Music Education Majors II
Voice for majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal repertoire, and develop and improve the student's vocal ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2772 – Voice for Music Education Majors III
Voice for majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal repertoire, and develop and improve the student's vocal ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2782 – Voice for Music Education Majors IV
Voice for majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal repertoire, and develop and improve the student's vocal ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1773 – Voice for Music Majors I
Voice for performance majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore advanced vocal literature, develop and improve the student's vocal ability and strengthen the singer's performance ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1783 – Voice for Music Majors II
Voice for performance majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore advanced vocal literature, develop and improve the student's vocal ability and strengthen the singer's performance ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2773 – Voice for Music Majors III
Voice for performance majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore advanced vocal literature, develop and improve the student's vocal ability and strengthen the singer's performance ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2783 – Voice for Music Majors IV
Voice for performance majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore advanced vocal literature, develop and improve the student's vocal ability and strengthen the singer's performance ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1811 – Class Woodwinds I
Woodwind instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student's knowledge of woodwind instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1821 – Class Woodwinds II
Woodwind instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student's knowledge of woodwind instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2811 – Class Woodwinds III
Woodwind instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student's knowledge of woodwind instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2821 – Class Woodwinds IV
Woodwind instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student's knowledge of woodwind instruction and performance. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1841 – Woodwinds for Non Majors I
Woodwind instruction for non-woodwind/music education
majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature, and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1851 – Wood winds for Non Majors II
Woodwind instruction for non-woodwind/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature, and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2841 – Woodwinds for Non Majors III
Woodwind instruction for non-woodwind/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature, and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 2851 – Woodwinds for Non Majors IV
Woodwind instruction for non-woodwind/music education majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature, and develop the student's interest in playing. One semester hour credit.

MUA 1872 – Woodwinds for Music Education Majors I
Woodwind instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on woodwind instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing, and strengthen the student's playing ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1882 – Woodwinds for Music Education Majors II
Woodwind instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on woodwind instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing, and strengthen the student's playing ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2872 – Woodwinds for Music Education Majors III
Woodwind instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on woodwind instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing, and strengthen the student's playing ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2882 – Woodwinds for Music Education Majors IV
Woodwind instruction for music education majors with an emphasis on woodwind instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing, and strengthen the student's playing ability. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1873 – Woodwinds for Music Majors I
Woodwind instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing, and strengthen the student's playing ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1883 – Woodwinds for Music Majors II
Woodwind instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing, and strengthen the student's playing ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2873 – Woodwinds for Music Majors III
Woodwind instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing, and strengthen the student's playing ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 2883 – Woodwinds for Music Majors IV
Woodwind instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing, and strengthen the student's playing ability. Three semester hours credit.

MUA 1972 – Composition for Music Education Majors I
The continued study of music composition through assigned writing projects and analysis of masterworks. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 1982 – Composition for Music Education Majors II
The continued study of music composition through assigned writing projects and analysis of masterworks. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2972 – Composition for Music Education Majors III
The continued study of music composition through assigned writing projects and analysis of masterworks. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUA 2982 – Composition for Music Education Majors IV
The continued study of music composition through assigned writing projects and analysis of masterworks. One hour lesson per week. Two semester hours credit.

MUSIC CLASSES (MUS prefix classes)

Music Appreciation (MUS 1113)
Listening course designed to give the student, through aural perception, understanding and appreciation of music as a moving force in Western Culture. This course is designed for non-music majors and does not require previous knowledge of music reading or performance skills. Students receive three semester hours credit and this course satisfies the Fine Arts requirement toward graduation.

Music Fundamentals (MUS 1133)
Provides the student with basic knowledge of notation, scales, keys, rhythm, intervals, triads, and their inversions. This course is intended for students who desire more in-depth knowledge of music fundamentals and is open to non-music majors as well as music majors. Students receive three semester hours credit. This course counts as an elective but does not count toward a music degree.

Music Theory I, Lab (MUS 1211)
Lab Instruction. Sight-singing, ear training and dictation. One semester hour credit.

Music Theory I (MUS 1213)
Study of functional harmony through analysis and part writing, sight-singing, and ear training. Required of all music majors. Elective for non-majors with permission of instructor. Three semester hours credit.

Music Theory II, Lab (MUS 1221)
Lab - Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MUS 1211. Lab instruction. Sight-singing, ear training and dictation. One semester hour credit.

Music Theory II (MUS 1223)
Prerequisite: MUS 1213. Continued study of functional harmony through analysis and part writing, sight-singing, and ear training. Three semester hours credit

Music Survey (MUS 1123)
Advanced listening course, designed to acquaint the music major with a broad overview of musical style and repertoire from antiquity to the present. Required of all music majors. Three semester hours credit.

Music Theatre Workshop I (MUS 1811)
The workshop is designed to introduce the student to all facets of music theatre. One public performance will be given each semester. Open to music majors and non-music majors.

Music Theatre Workshop II (MUS 1821)
The workshop is designed to introduce the student to all facets of music theatre. One public performance will be given each semester. Open to music and non-music majors.

Music Theory III, Lab (MUS 2211)
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MUS 1221. Lab instruction. Sight-singing, ear training and dictation. One semester hour credit.

Music Theory III (MUS 2213)
Prerequisite: MUS 1223. Continuation study of functional harmony through analysis and part writing, sight-singing and ear training. Three semester hours credit.

Music Theory IV, Lab (MUS 2221)
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MUS 2211. Sight-singing, ear training and dictation.

One Music Theory IV (MUS 2223)
Prerequisite: MUS 2213. Continuation study of functional harmony through analysis and part writing, sight-singing and ear training. Three semester hours credit.

Music for Elementary Teachers (MUS 2513)
Designed for the needs of the elementary education student. Essentials of public school music; study of the fundamentals of music. Reading music notation and terminiology. Three semester hours credit.

Music Literature (MUS 2613)
A listening course to give the student a better understanding of music through the ages.  It offers the non-music major as well as the music major an opportunity to explore music as an art. Three semester hours.

Music Theatre Workshop III (MUS 2811)
The workshop is designed to introduce the student to all facets of music theatre. One public performance will be given each semester. Open to music majors and non-music majors.

Music Theatre Workshop IV (MUS 2821)
The workshop is designed to introduce the student to all facets of music theatre. One public performance will be given each semester. Open to music majors and non-music majors.

Recital Class (MUS 1911, 1921, 2911, 2921)
Attendance at a prescribed minimum number of departmentally approved musical performances per semester also required. Required of all Music Majors.